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Caroline joins the Rebel Daughters

Caroline_Flint_and_Helen_Jones_-_Rebel_Daughters.jpgCaroline Flint has been given a guided tour by Assistant Director Helen Jones of the Rebel Daughters exhibition, at The Point, in Doncaster.

The exhibition is to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first women to get the vote, in 1918, and will be showcasing a range of voices of all ages, exploring what being a rebel daughter means.

Ms Flint told Helen Jones said: “Being a rebel daughter means not letting anyone tell you how to be a rebel daughter.”  Watch the video HERE.

Photo (right) Caroline Flint and Helen Jones

Caroline Flint visited The Point this week to be given a guided tour by Assistant Director Helen Jones of the Rebel Daughters exhibition.

The exhibition is to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first women to get the vote, in 1918, and will be showcasing a range of voices of all ages, exploring what being a rebel daughter means.

Ms Flint told Helen Jones said: “Being a rebel daughter means not letting anyone tell you how to be a rebel daughter.”

Helen Jones said: ‘ Rebel Daughters is a fascinating project and a great way for us to recognise the incredible sacrifices those true Rebel Daughters of Doncaster made. It was brilliant to be able to get Caroline's thoughts on the exhibition and capture what makes her a Rebel Daughter on film! ’

Speaking after the visit, Ms Flint said: “I hope this exhibition of 60 women artists, some of them from South Yorkshire, is just one of many cultural events to commemorate and honour the history of the suffrage movement in Doncaster. Those women took great risks to finally win the vote, and we should never take equality for granted.

“Every generation needs rebel daughters – willing to make their mark and challenge authority.”

The exhibition #RebelDaughters runs until 7 April 2018 at The Point, South Parade, Doncaster.

Find out more at www.thepoint.org.uk

 

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